Natalie Lowe’s Masterchef Journey

Invention Test : Natalie Lowe creates garlic and salt and garlic and pepper and garlic squid and garlic, and serves it with mango salsa on toast. She is perky and upbeat at all times, particularly towards fellow Strictly Series 8 Survivor Scott Maslen, who is sporting hair that looks like whatever lives on Bruce Forsythe’s head and whatever lives on Donald Trump’s head mated. With a LOT OF LUBE.

Kitchen Round : Natalie Lowe as an Australian is trusted with the bbq, by which I mean she gets to wave a blowtorch around insanely whilst yelling panto catchphrases and talking like a pirate for no reason. She perkily claims at the end that she really thinks she’s mastered the dish she’s been chosen to make (which appears to be a lamb cutlet with ketchup squirted over it), even as the chef screams at her from halfway across the kitchen that she’s forgotten a key ingredient.

Final Round : For her main course Natalie serves up half a lobster on some pasta, which she seasons with far too much chilli. She perkily grins that she loves spice, as John Torode collapses to the floor clutching his throat and perspiring out of every orifice. Her dessert is burnt pancakes with fruit. She is eliminated over Keith Chegwin.

And that was Natalie Lowe’s Masterchef Journey.


4 thoughts on “Natalie Lowe’s Masterchef Journey

  1. Huriye

    Harsh, v harsh to jettison her first. I was genuinely shocked! 😦
    Now she’s gawn I won’t have to watch any further episodes, but she brightened our lives with her sunny crazed disposition. Luv u Nat ❤

  2. Aoife

    Love Natalie!♥

    She and Scott very supportive of each other and I’d like to have seen them paired up on the team challenges tomorrow.

    More importantly though, WTF is going on with Scottttttttttt’s hair?!


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